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Intel’s fifth-gen processors are faster, more efficient. Surprised?

Intel has finally revealed its entire lineup of fifth-generation mobile dual-core processors. There are no surprises, but it does look as if the company's latest chips will enable another big leap in battery life.
Computing

Intel trots down the path to even more efficient quad-core processors with Cherry Trail

Cherry Trail, successor to the Bay Trail platform Intel uses for most Atom processors, is now set for release in the first half of 2015. The 14nm system-on-a-chip will improve efficiency for budget tablets, 2-in-1s and notebooks.
Computing

Work with your hands, at your desk: Intel refocuses on gesture input with RealSense

Despite a lackluster showing at CES 2014, Intel has doubled down on RealSense and VoiceAssistant, redoubling its effort to make alternative inputs a reality.
Wearables

Misfit goes high-fashion with the Swarovski Shine fitness tracker

Misfit jumped straight into the fashion world at CES 2015 with the brand-new Swarovski Shine fitness tracker. The new Shine sports Swarovski crystals and comes with the option of several jewelry accessories.
Cars

The Mitsubishi Lancer has a murky future, so we offer this rendering for clarity

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X may be headed out to pasture after 2015, but the Lancer will live on. A digital rendering of the next-generation car has been posted online by Theophilus Chin.
Computing

HP’s smallest PCs to date are surprisingly feature-packed

Looking for a big desktop experience in a small package? HP has you covered with its upcoming Pavilion Mini and Stream Mini, a pair of PCs barely larger than a hockey puck.